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Univision
Jul 6, 2011 11:30pm PDT
mexicano condenado a muerte en texas. las posibilidades de clemencia se esfumaron para humberto leal. en cuestiÓn de horas estarÁ escuchando su sentencia por delitos menores. >> el Último ingenio de los terroristas, se convertÍan en bombas humanas con explosivos dentro de sus cuerpos. >> tendremos los detalles de la copa amÉrica de fÚtbol, jugaron colombia y argentina. >> Éste es noticiero univisiÓn, ediciÓn nocturna. >> muy buenas rachas, gracias por estar con nosotros, correr las horas para un ciudadano mexicano condenado a muerte en texas. estÁ programada para este jueves, fue condenado por violar y matar a una joven de 16 aÑos. su caso, por aspectos diplomÁticos que al parecer fueron violados. muy buenas noches. >> muy buenas noches, efectivamente, las horas de humberto leal estÁn contadas por violar y matar a una joven de 16 aÑos en texas en 1994. segÚn lo programado, este mexicana recibirÁ la pena de muerte que se le conceden sÓlo pocos deseos,2: lo que desea comer en su Último momento, y si quiere decir algunas palabras. >> a sÓlo horas de su programada ejecu
Univision
Jul 6, 2011 11:30pm EDT
el tiempo corre para bien ciudadanmericano condenado en texas se fuman para humberto leal. en cuestión de horas casey anthony escuchará su sentencia, no por el asesinato de su hijo si no delitos menores. se convierten en bombas humanas con explosivos dentro de sus cuerpos. la copa américa de fútbol jugaron colombia y argentina. >>> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna con etnasmith. >>>not uni-ed.noct.h@noches, estar con nosotros corren las horas para un ciudadanía mexicano enh@univisi. está programada su muerte para este jueves. condenado por violar y matar a una joven deunh@not uni-ed.nocm estados unidos, méxico y otros países. cuéntanos martín. >>> las horas de humberto leal garcía, están contadash@not uni alimentos y si quiere decir sus últimos palabras. he presenciado 2 veces lo que es una ejecución, una de ellas en texas y es una de la experiencias que marcan a h@quier periodista. sobre todo, pe muchas veces uno está cerca de los miliares. ellos ven como es ejecutadoh@ ser querido. en alguna ocasión me tocó escuchar que cantara. lah@ras fuer
NBC
Jul 31, 2011 11:00am EDT
: before we break, the next guy fixing to run the g.o.p. race for president is texas governor rick perry, but perry is already getting compared to his predecessor, texas governor george w bush and perry seems to be channeling bush. look at these side besides. >> you know, this annual meeting has truly become an incubator. that's what i call it. man, it hatches some great ideas. it's an incubator for good ideas. >> we need to unleash the private sector in america. >> i see a great day coming for america. >> even though perry looks like he is working hard to imitate bush, he is actually more authentic. he is a true believing deep south conservative compared to the blue blood bush who sometimes seemed to be playing a part. listen to this bite to how bush slips in the word desert. >> i think, see as i remember, i was raised in the desert, but tides, it's easy to see a tide turn. >> some folks look at me and see a sort of swagger which in texas is called walking. chris: well, of course, that dones mess with texas was swagger for another bush caricature, will farrell. he had an hbo special lam
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2011 9:00pm EDT
systems point to go. today in texas and in washington, the white house and rick perry had a political fight to the death. in a dramatic down to the wire final hour fight at the supreme court over whether or not rick perry's texas would be allowed to kill a foreign citizen who the state of texas was holding prisoner. the man is a citizen of a foreign country, who was convicted of a murder in texas. he was never allowed any assistance from his home country. if you as an american are in a foreign country, and you are picked up and arrested, charged with a serious crime, the u.s. government has the right to intervene on your behalf to try to help you out. you don't get immunity if you have done something wrong, but you can get help from the united states because you are a united states citizen. that's not only a principle that americans count on if we think about leaving the country, it's also law. the vienna convention says we expect to be able to help americans arrested in foreign countries. and we will let foreign is tcits arrested here get help from their government too. it's an inter
NBC
Jul 28, 2011 4:30am EDT
to 33%. >>> a tropical storm is barrelling towards texas at this hour and for once that's being greeted as good news. tropical storm don is in the gulf of mexico tracking towards the southern part of the lone star state. it's expected to make landfall tomorrow. fortunately, forecasters don't expect the storm to strengthen into a hurricane, but the area should get some desperately needed rain. up to one or two inches. meteorologist bill karins will have much more coming up shortly. sdmrimplts now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. mother nature brought some rare unwelcomed storms to upstate new york tuesday. official advisory confirmed at least two tornadoes touched down, leaving trees uprooted and downed power lines in their wake. the unusual twisters measured as ef-0s, but they did produce strong enough winds to cause structural damage. >>> there was a concern in southern california after a train derailment let lead to the vakz of over 250 homes. at least 21 cars derailed, some carrying hazardous materials, which prompted the evacuation order. investigat
CBS
Jul 29, 2011 4:00am EDT
-stricken texas. captioning funded by cbs >> good morning everybody on this friday. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> gop leaders had to postpone a vote on their own proposal. they will try again today to muster enough votes to pass the vote. danielle knottingham joins us again. >> it was the second day they couldn't find enough votes to take action on their own legislation and now it has everyone here on capitol hill wondering what's going to happen next. house republicans will meet this morning to plot their next move in the debt ceiling showdown. >> we're going to keep working this thing until we find a way to pay the nation's bills and pay listen our means. >> reporter: last night, gop leaders were forced to call off a vote on speaker john boehner's plan. the proposal would raise the debt ceiling for six months and slash more than $900 billion in spending but some tea party members want deeper cuts. >> i simply cannot raise the debt ceiling if we're not going to fundamentally change the way we do business. >> reporter: lawmakers have four days before the government runs out of
WETA
Jul 29, 2011 8:30pm EDT
price on a car with no radio. >> the governor of texas signed a balanced budget this week. if they can do it in taxes, why can they not do it in washington? >> we held the line on taxes and balance the budget exactly the way we said we would. we prioritize. we cut spending. we tighten our belts, just like you all have had to do in your businesses and your personal lives. >> looks like they have cut back on the lighting in texas, too. texas governor kerrey on signing the balanced texas state budget on tuesday. president predicted monday night what would happen if they fail to raise the debt ceiling. perry says the federal government should follow the lead of texas. he supports a balanced budget. by the way, nice little campaign slogan. we did it right in texas. could there be a texas governor in our future? >> that is what america is looking for is another texas governor. one place that barack obama gets any positive marks at this point in his presidency is when people ask who is responsible for the economic distress the country is facing, by two to one, people say george bush and his p
MSNBC
Jul 28, 2011 5:00am EDT
-time high of 51%. cities have increased their share to 33%. >>> a tropical storm is barreling toward texas at this hour, and for once that's being greeted as good news. tropical storm don is in the gulf of mexico tracking toward the southern part of the lonestar state. it's expected to make landfall tomorrow. fortunately, forecasters don't expect the storm to strengthen into a hurricane, but the area should get some desperately needed rain, up to 1 or 2 inches. nbc meteorologist bill karins will have much more coming up shortly. >>> some of the other news going on around america today, mother nature brought some rare unwelcome storms to upstate new york tuesday. officials have confirmed at least two tornadoes touched down leaving trees uprooted and downed power lines in their wake. the unusual twisters measured as ef-0s but they did produce strong enough winds to cause structural damage. >>> there was a cause for concern in southern california after a train derailment led to the evacuation of over 250 homes. at least 21 cars derailed, some carrying hazardous materials which prompted the ev
NBC
Jul 29, 2011 4:30am EDT
. tracie, thank you for that report. >>> in texas the constant reminder of the 2009 massacre at fort hood. police say an awol army soldier was planning a terror attack on military personnel at the base. private first class jason abda was interrupted after suspected bomb making materials were found in his hotel room just outside fort hood. an employee of a gun store where he had bought ammunition alerted police. they got a warrant on a separate charge of child pornography. sdmrirchlgt the homeland security department internal report concludes 27 people with terrorist connections were wrongly issued licenses as pilots and aircraft mechanics. those licenses were later canceled. the report also reveals that the transportation security administration could not confirm the identities of thousands to have received licenses. part of the problem is that the federal aviation administration can't require a social security number from applicants. the report was requested two years ago after it was determined that the man convicted in the bombing of pan am flight 103 still held an faa license along wi
CBS
Jul 18, 2011 7:00pm EDT
states this month. maya rodriguez is in east texas where there is still no relief in sight. >> normally this time of year the peach would be ripe and it would be that big. >> reporter: at ham orchards in carroll, texas, the signs of drought on this peach farm are obvious. >> they're beginning to stress, these young trees are, with these yellow leaves, inside the tree. >> reporter: dale ham has been a peach farmer for 32 years. has the drought cost you any none? >> yes. a lot. we're having to water 24 hours a day and it's costing us money in fuel, in electricity. >> reporter: he's not alone. severe drought conditions are spread across 14 states. in texas, the period from february to june was the driest since 1917. it may take a hurricane to make things right. until then, ranchers like jim mccord are left high and dry. >> we're in survival mode. we're just trying to survive and do the best we can until conditions get better. >> reporter: but even then relief could be temporary. climate models show another la nina could be forming. the weather phenomenon in the pacific ocean keeps the sout
ABC
Jul 29, 2011 4:00am PDT
gulf waters, now just hours from hitting land. can it quench a texas-size drought? >>> also, a military town on edge yet again after police expose what they say was a plot to kill soldiers at ft. hood, texas. for families there, a frightening sense of deja vu. >>> and he never gave up hope. a pilot shares his epic struggle, treading water for 18 hours lost on the great lakes. >>> and good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm tanya rivero. >>> texas is eagerly awaiting the arrival of tropical storm don. >> it's now on track to make landfall along the southeast texas coast tonight or tomorrow morning with winds topping 65 miles an hour. as you can imagine, people are along the texas coast are getting ready. >> but believe it or not, it is not expected to put a dent in the historic drought. parts of the state are 15 inches short of their average r rnfall abc's matt gutman shows us how bad it is. >> reporter: these soybean plants would normally be about chest high this time of year. instead, the tracks in the soil here are about waist deep. >> well, just how much rain will don dum
ABC
Jul 28, 2011 4:30am EDT
by a couple degrees. tropical storm don will eventually move toward the texas coast. that's worth watching over the next couple days. the wind at 40 miles an hour. temperatures for us today 89-94 degrees expected. >>> when i hear about texas, i think about the song " all my ex's live in texas." >>> looks good on 270 and interstate 70. looks good in and out of baltimore on 95. here's a picture of virginia and rosslyn, nicely moving on 66. that does not want to work. back to the news desk. >>> 76 degrees. >> coming up, a tropical storm is one day away from making landfall. >> luckily i have family. >> pepco is cutting the power to a prince george's county condominium. >>> welcome back. the house is expected to vote today on speaker john boehner's bill to stasolve the debt limit crisis. that bill would cut out to $900 billion in spending. the legislation is opposed by those that say it does not go far enough. >>> donovan mcnabb will not be among players showing up at redskins' training camp today. the quarterback was traded to the minnesota vikings in exchange for a couple of draft picks. he
FOX
Jul 28, 2011 5:00pm EDT
, john. >>> we have a developing story in texas now. police arrested an awol muslim soldier accused of plotting a terror attack on or near fort hood. they arrested nazr abdo yesterday. abdo was grants add conscientious objectsor status this year after he says that his muslim beliefs kept him fromfighting. he bought some ammunitions. the clerk became alarmed when he starting a sces, indicating he didn't know much about the stuff he was buying. >> it's a good question. we probably would be here today giving you a different break had he not been stopped. >> abdo will face federal charges of possessing bomb- making components. police believe that he was acting alone. >>> fort hood is hill recuperating from that -- still recuperating from that shooting spree. major hasan went through the building shooting, shouting god is great in arabic. he could face the death penalty. his trial is scheduled for march. >>> firefighters responding to a call discovered ad about body inside the apartment. wisdom is live with the latest investigation. >> this is about:10 25 this morning when a neighbor cal
Comedy Central
Jul 19, 2011 11:30pm PDT
." (laughter) but i am intrigued by one candidate who hasn't declared yet. texas governor and future josh brolin role rick perry. and i am not the only one who is sporting a texas long horn. >> the new infatuation is rick perry, governor of texas. i'm very interested in rick perry. >> who's your dream candidate to get into the race? >> i would love for rick perry to get into it. >> this man needs to be president. >> stephen: (as last speaker) i complete... ahem. i completely agree. this man needs to be president. we haven't had a texas governor in the white house for almost three years! think of all the uncleared brush we've built up! (laughter) and, folks, perry may be going for it because on august 6 he is holding a rally called "the response." >> this is governor rick perry and i'm inviting you to join your fellow americans in a day of prayer and fasting on behalf of our nation. with the economy in trouble, communities in crisis, and people adrift in a sea of moral relativism, we need god's help. i sincerely hope you'll join me in houston on august 6 and take your place in reliance sta
NBC
Jul 13, 2011 5:30pm PDT
and lives. an effort in congress to reverse it failed just this week. but in texas, they're not giving up the fight. our report tonight from nbc's kevin tibbles. >> how are you doing on light bulbs today? >> reporter: from his lighting store in ft. worth, john patterson takes a dim view on traditional incandescent bulbs. >> i believe that americans ought to have a choice and be able to have a free choice to decide what they want to do with themselves. >> reporter: so patterson supports a new texas law aimed at circumventing the ban, by allowing made in texas incandescents to be sold in texas, authored by state representative george lavender. >> we're tired of the federal government micromanaging their lives. >> reporter: many still love the bulb that was invented 140 years ago. the traditional bulb that we all grew up with. >> they call it an edison base or a medium base. it goes in the regular light bulb. >> reporter: and the other one? >> this is a compact fluorescent light, this particular one is a 15 watt. the new kid on the block. >> reporter: a lot brighter. >> a lot brighter. >> re
PBS
Jul 31, 2011 12:30pm PDT
." >> the governor of texas finds a balanced budget this week. they can do it in texas, why not in washington? >> we held the line on taxes and balance the budget exactly the way we said we would do. we prioritized. we cut spending. we tighten our belts. just like you all have had to do in your businesses and your personal lives. >> looks like they have cut back on the lighting in taxes, too. texas governor kerrey on signing the state budget. president and and i predict what will happen if they fail to raise the debt ceiling. perry says the federal government should follow the lead of texas. he supports the federal balance budget amendment. by the way, nice little campaign slogan -- we did it right in texas. >> that is what america is looking for, another texas governor. the one place that they can get marks for his presidency is when comparing who is responsible, and by two to one, people say george bush and his policies. if you close your eyes, rick perry sounds like rich little doing george bush. it really does. i have a role. i remember the bumper sticker of any candidate on my car who uses the
CSPAN
Jul 1, 2011 11:00pm EDT
's future. in remarks by the san antonio mayor and texas governor rick perry. every saturday in july, here historic supreme court oral arguments on c-span ready. 14th amendment cases on equal protection, including sexual orientation and gender and race discrimination this saturday, mississippi university for women v. hogan. tune in at 91.1 fm, nationwide on xm satellite radio, an online at our website. >> we did not release transcripts before. now we do it within a half-hour. it used to be that audio recordings were released at the end of the term and now what is at the end of every week. we are moving in a particular direction. cameras present all sorts of challenges that these other areas do not. >> right now on are you to channel, watch john roberts' comments on these issues. >> will the 21st century belong to china? doubt was the question posed to henry kissinger and cnn host for read zacharia. they argued against the motion, while others argued in favor. the debaters also took audience questions on china's economic and political future, technological development and innovation, and mi
FOX News
Jul 19, 2011 2:00am PDT
misery. >> texas governor rick perry looks like he will run for president. how will that shake up the republican ranks? juan and mary katharine are investigating. >> president obama, you have been a big supporter. >> i'm going to vote for him for his re-election in 2012. >> a bevy of hold stars once again funneling big money at the president's campaign. we will run down the list. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the future of the country hangs on the debt debate. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. on paper, the debt thing is boring. and many americans aren't paying attention. but the controversy will define the future of the u.s.a. on one side, president obama, the democratic party, want america to become an entitlement state that compels social justice. financially supporting americans who can't o. won't support themselves. >> on the other side, republicans want a lean mean economic machine. the g.o.p. doesn't
MSNBC
Jul 5, 2011 8:00pm EDT
in the state of texas, that comes last. you defense coordinators, later, later. i'll be getting to you as soon as i can. what would lyndon johnson do in a situation like this? not this. >> that's true. it is time to play hardball. i think democrats and progressives were heartened, i think, by the president's press conference last wednesday when he essentially drew a line in the sand. it's unclear whether he moved that line or kind of kept it where it was today, but, you know, we'll see. what's the ending sneer. >> here's the end game. this is why from the beginning i've been shocked. the end game is sachs owns a lot of treasuries. people think it's the chinese, no, you have treasuries in your 401(k) and are we really going to -- is wall street going to tolerate running through the red light on this? >> a lot of the worst disasters happen without trying to get to that point. everybody believes you're going to be able to pull off the highway before you hit the traffic jam, then you discover it's something unimaginably worse. that's where, i think, the president has disserved the country, his par
ABC
Jul 28, 2011 5:30pm PDT
news," terror takedown. a u.s. soldier arrested in texas with an arsenal of guns and explosives. allegedly planning an attack on an army base, foiled by a former cop with a hunch. >>> secret plan. the white house scrambles to create a financial survival kit for the nation, as the debt ceiling deadline approaches and the wrangling rachets up. >>> too much tylenol? major changes tonight for anyone who takes the best-selling pain reliever. the important new information about how much you should take. >>> and golden achiever. we'll tell you the story of a scruffy dog who made an unauthorized run in a marathon and won much more than the race. >>> good evening. a u.s. soldier is behind bars tonight for plotting a massive attack on troops at a sprawling army base in texas. police tell abc news the suspect is 21-year-old private naser abdo, a muslim raised in texas, all right facing court martial. his plan reportedly included multiple bombs and a shooting rampage near ft. hood, the site of that massacre two years ago. and it was all thwarted by a retired cop that worked in a gun shop. a
MSNBC
Jul 14, 2011 2:00pm EDT
and the cities expected to grow in the next ten years and here is a look at the top five. austin, texas, first, followed by raleigh, north carolina, nashville, tennessee, and san antonio, texas, and houston, texas, and forbes says that many of the cities on the list have some of the best job creation records in the nation. joining me is the author and forbes contributor who wrote the article detailing this list. thank you for joining me, joel. >> my pleasure. >> okay. so i have to say, i'm from the state of texas, so any time i see texas in a good list like this, it makes me smile, because i love to see all of the major cities on the list, but why is texas taking in so many spots here, houston and san antonio and austin? >> well, we were looking at job creation, but other things. migration, and where people are having children, where are immigrants coming in and thriving? and the texas cities and dallas also did very well. all of them did really well, and then there were some cities in the south that nashville, raleigh, also doing very well. the only big city on the east coast on northeast tha
Comedy Central
Jun 30, 2011 7:30pm PDT
] no surprise, our patriotic traditions are under attack from the usual lefty pinko nanny state: texas. [laughter] for more we go to ktrk, houston's news leader. >> tomball is the latest on a growing list of cities and organizations canceling fourth of july fireworks shows because of fear of starting a fire. >> with the drought condition and the weather what it is right now, it's just dangerous. >> stephen: that's right: they're canceling fire'works because it might lead to fire. [laughter] that's like canceling a carnival because it might lead to being abducted by carnies. [laughter] that's part of the thrill. and it's not just public firework shows that are being canceled. 150 texas counties have banned fireworks altogether, and anyone caught buying or selling them will face a $500 fine. how dare you, texas? i never thought i'd say this, but i'm thinking i'm about to mess with you. [laughter] this is an attack on the kind of small businesses that make this country great: shabby cash-only roadside shacks that sell chinese explosives to drunk people. [laughter] and what will this do to
MSNBC
Jul 29, 2011 5:00am EDT
with chris matthews week nights at 5:00 and 7:00 eastern only on msnbc, the praise for politics. >>> in texas the constant reminder of the 2009 massacre at fort hood. police say an awol army soldier was planning a terror attack on military personnel at the base. private first class jason abda was interrupted after suspected bomb making materials were found in his hotel room just outside fort hood. an employee of a gun store where he had bought ammunition alerted police. they got a warrant on a separate charge of child pornography. >>> according to the "new york times," a homeland security department internal report concludes 27 people with terrorist connections were wrongly issued licenses as pilots and aircraft meks. those licenses were later canceled. the report also reveals that the transportation security administration could not confirm the identities of thousands who have received licenses. part of the problem is that the federal aviation administration can't require a social security number from applicants. the report was requested two years ago after it was determined that the man con
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